The D: Dive into Mobile offers a look at how things are revving up on portable devices, with honchos from Google, Microsoft, Spotify, and elsewhere.
A day after the horrific application was pulled from the App Store, Apple has issued a formal apology calling the approval of the "deeply offensive" application a "mistake."
Just hours after the discovery of an iPhone application in which the user is invited to silence a baby's cries by violently shaking an iPhone, Apple pulls the application.
Despite a policy of banning iPhone applications that contain foul language, Apple has approved an application that simulates infanticide.
Passing the salt isn't a problem with the Boogie Woogie Salt and Pepper Shakers: they roll on their own.
The SanDisk Sansa Shaker MP3 player comes in both blue and pink, with plans to release other colors. It's perfect for children or first-time users of MP3 players.
If you want to get your children started on digital music at a young age, the Sansa Shaker provides a great way to do so: it's inexpensive, simple, and acts like a toy.
The latest MP3 player from SanDisk, oh-so appropriately dubbed the Shaker, looks a lot like a salt shaker and integrates a shaking shuffle feature.
For quick pick-me-ups, ditch the coffee and energy drinks and get all jacked up on caffeine in another way, by sprinkling it on, well, most anything.
The Metrokane Rabbit Electric Cocktail Shaker/Mixer makes mixed drinks at the push of a button. Would you like your drink shaken or stirred?